Leeds United head to this game on the back of two straight losses in the Championship, falling to Hull City and Nottingham Forest and they will be hoping the break to the league and focus on FA Cup works in their favor. They meet a QPR side unbeaten in the last five matches and in fine form, and especially at home, where they have picked eight wins and just two losses in the last 12 matches. QPR have scored two or more goals in four of their last five home matches, and in all those, the matches have ended with over 2.5 goals. Three of Leeds’ last five matches have also ended in over 2.5 goals and in the last four matches alone, they have conceded 10 goals thus we expect some fireworks here. Leeds have on average conceded two goals per game in the last five away matches and twice in the run, they have let in four goals while on the other hand, QPR head to the game on two straight clean sheets at home and having conceded six in the last five home matches. Leeds will however go to the game more confident, having bagged three straight wins over QPR and with a four – game unbeaten run, managing two clean sheets in the process. In 43 meetings, Leeds have won 19 and QPR 12. Only four of the last 12 meetings between the two sides have produced over 2.5 goals.